What is DNS Spoofing and how it works

The DNS is responsible for resolving human-readable domain names to numeric IP addresses. It is a protocol designed in the early days of the internet, and features only weak security mechanisms. DNS Spoofing, also known as DNS Poisoning or DNS Cache Poisoning, involves corrupting an Internet server’s Domain Name System table by replacing a valid Internet address with that of another, rogue address. When a web user looks for the affected page, the request is redirected to a different address where a worm, spyware, web browser hijacking program, or other malware can be downloaded to the user’s computer from the. Basic Overview of DNS Spoofing DNS spoofing occurs when a particular DNS server’s records of “spoofed” or altered maliciously to redirect traffic to the attacker. This redirection of traffic allows the attacker to spread malware, steal data, etc. For example, if a DNS record is spoofed, then the attacker can manage to redirect all the traffic that relied on the correct DNS record to visit a fake website that the attacker has created to resemble the real site or a different site completely. DNS is a Domain Name System, which has all the websites names and its corresponding IP address in…

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